The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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94t lined this paper with Insubordinaslon.
should not tMfase in authority keep a claw wateh an sHC
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thow te1r't will b& a nasty .i-
tuatimon. Lewa hate govern'
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capital _._ l he Mulld do to
break the WBB 00trol--whIdh
the lkw now continue till May
1, 196t--Is to ski etsklns tiie
That might bring another
Tatt-Hartley Injuncuon own
on his hean. To break that law,
Lewis would uteiqUetUonably be
Willing to take another lofg
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might have cogelereable elect
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Thia sl the atfthMAe of the
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The aienment w. aggned
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Now that Halloween is approaching, and the kids are eager-
o awaiting the night of "Trick or Treat," I would like to bring
to the attention of your readers an article already printed
bhere to the effect that thousands of children in the States this
i Wr ill ask for donations to the United Nations Inernational
ChIldren's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), rather than the tradlt-
--0* tariek or Tweat." This Is one of the mst tommendable
: things that our children could do. The article states that one
dollar will provide fifteen children with wr.W ft*
Smilk per day for a week. Medicine. clotr I-
cesstles would also be provided by these end lons.
Other things one dollar can do are; supply enough raw cot-
Ston to make a bo a suit or a dress for a girl. It canm buy
enough penicillin to treat five boys or girls for yaws. It can
Sbuy enough of the necessary drug to vaccinate 24 children
,, against tuberculosis.
Are enough parents, children, Youth organization agencies,
Setc., interested enough in this wonderful idea to put it over here
Son the Canal Zone this month? Let's hear from other interest,
Ied, people on this.
Mr. Vosburgh. Telephone Bal. 1572, has introduced this idea
to the Canal Zone, and states that he will be glad to offer fat-
ther Information.
Let's see if our kids won't enjoy helping their less fortunate
Friends abroad more than the usual Trick or Treat!
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Smaklg so B headltMes and her re- The' alI
o We av had a very nuty prostitution related a oreat elm
tq"-anmItl for weea now. The enforcIent pereuton of A0'
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would be only 10.1 oent$
howr. No one at WNI i wi
to say that this Is all O ra
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A bouquet of flowers for the fine things he said about our
Harbormaster. ,
The only times we have had any dignity In that office were
When it was handled by such capable men as: Capt. H. & Falk,
S Capt. M. C. Redman (RIP), Capt. Bach, and last but not least,
S ofore R. P. O'Connor. '
terrible things he aab A "pushers."
od ows tWmen are abused by y body in the
idvwtfor nearly anything you can thik6. Considering the
0ob they do of giving advance information, which is pretty dif-
luAft because ships are unpredictable and most pilots are Prima
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ppng & Airline News UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
mImetie Record Set Iwas the world's first jetliner
jAAtCargo ClHippr service. inaugu r a te d by the Great Wh
A wB world i.cord for over- BOAC Comet In. May between
S %r shipments of United London and Johannesburg. The'
g.oods during the usually rest of his let flying has been on Amrites
"1u1" mmer months was set training and familiarization NEW ORLEANS SERVICE CrIstai ll
Su American Wora Airways' flights. 8.S. Levers Bend.................................Sept. 3
Ml terminal last month when Capt. Majendie was born in S.S. Chiriqui...................................Oct. 8
a. & l of 2.066,271 pounds of Holyrood, County Down. North- B.S. Fiador Knot.................................Oct. it
Ihtanddse was airllited to La- ern Ireland, and now lives with *S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Oct. 19
in America by cargo Clipper his ife. at Maldenhead, Berk- Ramnein f e ed cod d betel Co" M L AND
IgA. shire. He Joined BOAC after serv-a hLdC dAfC
iTi unprecedented flow of ice as a pilot In the R.A.F. dur-
"Co to the Caribbean and Cen- ing the war an dbperated BOAC] Arrives -
tr.&,,and South America found flying boats from Southampton NEW YORK SERVICE Cristobal
V" -cargo Clippers averaging before he was selected to help to 1 _L'1 5
more than one extra flight lo" form the Comet Unit in ,S.ptem- S.S. Cape Cumberland ......................... Sept. 2g 8-W S.!
each day of the month in order ber 1950. S.S. Comayagua ................................S. : "BLOWS
to maintain the last dispatch o01 S.S. C. 6. Th'ain..................................Oct. It SOO -- -
Bbuta. i L i S.S. Talaman .................................... Oct. 4 L s .ca' D
Booming business in Latin; tO Colm!WeH !htcStln SW 1 .C
Jaterlea was cited by Pan Amer-j f t.
Iqa cargo officials as the statis- Passenger Sailins to Salls from
tho again proved Miami to be New Orleans viaela, Honduras Cristebal
the top United States gateway ci-i0
t for overseas air exports. JACOSY ON SRID6 .S. Chirti ...........Oct.. 13
hugust't Clipper cargo figures % 1i***BY*_Wm""*
e -within a few tons of reach- BY OWAL JACOBYSS Ch iiq .....................................Ot. 1
ew records set by PAA at Miami' Written for NBEA Service S.S. 1
during November and December Weely Sa M onTwelv Rm m ew oile.
of last year, when Christmas We--- rau--. e, T su E'.mge a1 w Eil.
Wmeandise swelled-the volume! Nf011g 1
to an all-time peak.. I SPECIAL NOTK *---
As summer neared an end, a A1054 SECIAL NOTICE
*lance" at southbound Clipper *4Q We wish to announce a new speell msrad trip rate of ALLUT UOP
earo manifests fromn recent *AQ742 5270.0e for pasge on out twelve passenger ships saili g
Wks showed the Southern WEST EAST (D) weekly from Barloa to Los AngeWl or San Francisco, -...-
Americas to be excellent custom- 4 A QJ 4 410 9 8 returning front Los Angeles, tiekvet limited to fro i THE
ers for products of Uni.mtd States Y6 2 V KQJ03 3. months. effective September 15th to May 15th. EBOv W.L
maSs auction tWeiiques. *642 5 OAU..THEYCAN
cargoesa eludedd $10,- 4 J985 4 I106 T TOEMI
00 of elaboate record HONES: TOOOOLA
eh $8,000 worth of hypo- K8 72 CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 4 ,14 COLON M 2W8z,
den edles and $33,700 worth 1 7 7 M--
of h freezers airlifted to Co- 4 AK 109873
lomb ,200 worth of cowhides 43, A 0 m
for soles to puerto Rico; Both Miaes vul.
$5.0 0h bof tra r parts to E Nl
proje and plip lete kit- Pa tS Paqss 2
chen wort or Vene- F'rPass ul s 4 4
Suela. i Pass 5 *1 twas-
Oth m tn destined for cities Pass 0 .Pass e
front enosAires to Belem to Opin letm-V
theahamas ran the range from
wablng machines. television sets
ian refrigeratorss to radios, coke
lap~ipers and king-size juke When South played today'. OOTS 1AND jI
Lbo hand, he found a way to go down raAft em -E ag OTAD
IaZiund Clipper. cargo from three tricks, This may sn ;an AMrn o a NomTAND o t PAcfti 0"
LatV Terlean al"ers contin- strange stoe wo uth could always. M.A SUlftbd NubOW0 1leltt oa e <3eA.
l l, PAA aft rals said. but take seven trumps and two aces, W
awta.d a fractioh of the record but perhaps South found pleas- TO E ROPE:
airlift southward. ure in losing one trick more than S. Avrtanches............. ...................Oct.ob
-' gManybody else would think poss.-
eAC's Piot First Man ble. ro COLOMBIA. ECUADO. PaI tt iu s: -
e ty at,000 Miles I West opened the six of hearts s. S eux ....................... ... ...... .t
egmnest Jetliner and declarer won in dummy with .. J
first man in the world to the ace. He then led a spade from To cEINAL. AMERICA At e COdt o 4).A ..
less a Comet e dummy a put up te king rm n........... ........... ......., ,, s. i
d at ~an ';_ t his hand in thel .luit. a'
after a ion to held the. ace. ITt Vely for paahcShE ta to 1 tereMl 1Wft toblams on Lamtr U tua v
iVnd Sk9 c was CAm. declare. West won with tls~ M.s. ne Do France ................. ................. tobe sO
-Maji 31-yar-old n of aphdes and returned a trump. B-
captain o.O. 'Co. south immediately led another PAMsNoM st enVICa CARTAGoEA a io tr-:
e and he hN en on a pade. but West was careful to Colombe........................................... Setefaber 21
S t0ialle-an-hour ta arlatten;wirl the trick and lead a. seco. -ea w th qaS, r.o w t. s m t l te r h-ls ha s s
in preparation mfor the Serv- trump. a hmrt, cu 11 n0 IlBUo i tA. A m am ia
MchBOAC WMl shtly open Declarer next led ev eral Telt r4lmmt a9111 111n- -li
brounda Fo t tabu-not APielly TAI]N Sol?
jendle hg only been fnessed uum s ..... -ue .-
d of the Comet n ne. This p Usl w UK the first trick With the A diseards another ldsing spade.
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JL 'ace of hearts. a eb. Dammsy Is entered with clarer's king. .-'South thus loses
South could have made hims the jack of diamonds for dnbther only one trump and one spade.
o, k finei s contract by a different line of club T l dupagap t 'et1pk If West reefrs to ruff dum-
wor we"- play if he had decided that West Now 'SMa alters dmy my's last club. he will get two
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R-SALE 'ie.rgo.n. Phppine Service Personnel and C iillen 2010 Amen C. tiY CtOL weather in
Rattan, chai e lounge, ch. 2 Gover"nt Employee Dr. WENDEHAKE medical clinic, Compor. Water, gas, I p
end tables. Call Colon 1320-J. ,,lnsi t Dr. WENDEHACE medca cinic. Ca n.' Water. gas. I Protect you w km
S -. 8 No ge ob l oovernme1Employes. Fia Cc, Estud.onoe Street No. 140, between Phone SHRAPNEL, Bolboo h e dan of % I
F SALE -Rengertor, 8 Norg When y fnc r new "J" and "K" street Phne 2-PHII.PS Ocen ide ChoteoNadt
25-cycle. 2 '2 years old$230 ud 3479.only in Sn lo and
aso, 'gts' telephone 2.3343 AGENCY DENLING S THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE Ocemwlew from all cottages. VA
Drablo Heig hstelphone.e- N. 4. AIle pa K*R AND ONLY $451 to be Itock Gas. retrag REMOVABLE AlM M
FOR SALE -Westinghouse refriger- m 1-49411 -4915 A Jungi* Jim Jaunt thru the PenesM barbecue and shuffle board.
afar. excellent shape. 1,0 enes
ator, e end ashneld urnit0 uree-FOR SALE--Used tires, p ssenge Canal, to Colel, te ite., and im s3-4877 Margarita 3-1
Ila bln; w Tefield ae0% c &a2emLOft MD Y B. No. 435 Balboa. Nete to ,
m,scelfanecu, furniture and other & commercial at AGencioa Cosmos. PLo t Sor lelO fT h. 435 Beao. Wt these
iterns. Drafting tables and archi- on Automobile Row No. 29. tel. Lost Tour Of The Year 3e-
SH t phone Pama 2-4721 oct 3-4- Grarrieh Santo Clarm 30% to. 0.. % .o %
tecturol magazines. Hoaute 891- phone Panama 2.4721. (Sponsored by the El Panama Hotdll e. Otei Electic Ice boxe.- l 9'1 r, ian.v outer
X, phone Balboo 283, afe FOR SALE: Pontiac E.ght Sedan "Pescadora" leaves Pier 17, Balboa,. Sive, Mderate rotes elepht an be
p. m 1949, Hydramatic Dreve. Lik e Friday 6 a. m. 5-441 GOmbo&. 4-567 Pedro &-, placed i1 a N s tL
.O- ALE Refrigerator 9 cu ft new, 16,000 miles. Original owner. Arrives Colon 15trangers Club) 2:30 gutl. .laced I
25 cycle Norge. vry good cond,- New W/W tires and new battery p.m. 8 or 4 pOund .t I ist e8
Son.FThe frs, $'5000 take s it Radio, Insurance coverage, 0310. Leaves Colon 9:30 p. i. for Sai FOR RENT eat. ,. ..
-6"7.13 -Dab5o. After 4 15 p m Cable Heights. Ancon Bias and FOR RENT keel)in Job.,
F'FORE.,ng SALE:9-1950 Hudon, Commo- Puerto Bello.- returning Colon Sunday Prame no vtqev.l ratw or
O r A pe vet.nghouse 9n r. dare 8. Club Coupe. rado 2 afternoon. needs nalntffl becih Gun locker tneekers. while walls, new a Leaves Strangers Club, Colon, Mon- n 8 green easily ed t
Sr over. Kitchen bne covers. Coall 2-4473 alter 4 00 p day 6 a. m. FOR RENT.-House two bedrooms, fraction of usUmal o't.
bor e through Canal to Balbo. Ilivingroomn, diningroom, unfumish- Admit more a d lht.
16. Ei Prodo Balboa Tel. _______...-- Balboa to San Blas, return to Colon ed. Bell Vista. 50th St. West N. r and
37 FOR SALE:-$740 equity in 1950 $45.00. 49, Tel. 3-4047. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
'.SALE machine. Ge'- Ford convertible. Balance con be From Colon to Son Bias and return. .
I. Electric. Wringer type. De financed if U. S. Government em- $40 00. 79 C lI A
MAdem 60 c c Excellen ploy. Cq'lfr 06vis. Balboa 1868 Thru Canal only (either way) $10.00 FOR"
,,odel. 60o c i; o" ,1 0r onc o (, w., ,0,0 FOR RENT Tel. 41"
iticn Panama 3-41 I. or Balbo 2810, from 7 00 a. m. Meals catered by Hotel El Panama A rec
LE Fgda i-cv e o 0 p. m. Ca ca be seen Bring slacks. shorts. bathing suit. A'prtment
LE: -- ":Frigdaire 5 Cycle during officehours at Bldg. 5142 flippers and spears ftr under-st
.00. 2.4447. 1418-Carr St Diablo. water fishing), light locket or ALNHAMBRA APARTMINTS 'MODERN PRNITUlRE
2.j iAr _Bob nngoo cad Position Offered ...ra .nd re of el, C. u-,furnised apartments; private n
1 table 6 chairs with cush- Please make reservations early iosOed gaDrdes. th treet- 'wi. ova
like oew, $275 00 120 Salesman or soleslody wanted for through your Travel Agent, or phone Nlw Cristobal. .Telephone Ctall
S e Road. Ilbo Heights. large cbl(cqln. Write to S. S. Box Jungle Jim at Ponama 3-1660. 136. .. "doI=- -
-- 134, Panaomi. Giving experience (This is the lost San Olas tour until 3 6 .
W,.s and age. next year. Anyone desiring to
S Help Wanted Spanish-English speaking office girl charter "P dor' for Bas ehold nt
WANED .ai ~ with previous full experience. in tourGuided by Jungle Jim may b
WANTED- Maid for genera accounting, payroll Seguro Socal do so after Oct. 6th.) Smetimes the most rancid wi t t A.
hou- work and care of one ch.ld and general office works. No SPECIAL EXCURSMNSI butter cii be freshened if br.t-
3 yrs o'd. No cooking. Must sleep shorhand required. Must brng FROM PANAMA TO MIXICO AMowIUt to absorb the milk,then.
.g. Call 2-2996 ofa ier 6:30 p. m good references from Commercial one way $85. round trip $135 (15 d aln, wash in cold, salted wa- We pack and crate or move
j ppply at 5712-. D ablo, at- concerns Do not apply unless you day-limit), $160. good one year and work nto pas again anything. 'Ph
ter 6 30 p. m are qualified. Panama Shrimp Inc. to LOS ANGELES, one way, $ and work nto pat again nythin 'h 2
-l---_ --- .F ina i alP .,Vista. 15, round trip $252.35. 90 day- -2.62. PanamAi
SA ,, lirhitI Ponoma Dispatch Service,
5 WA N ED 2 Bm k To iy opsi, ncon. bus stop. Tel. Pan- .D AL ,DANDIES
-7 .c fT n e For Manhattan FOR SALE wauk, W -e
A' WANTED" Two drafting table HIollo 'a U- KleDn co-k. t gj! nd two drawer mI. Hallowe'en Dance m lhalfback.o nends Teo d led
r twor MLt mitle drawer mop h we
C set Phone Panama 3-0475 Mrs Membera of Panama'# Man- -.
F rer 8 a m. to 4.30 p. m. hattn;-Vlub, disclosed yesterday FOR SALE:-Wire and wood enclo-
famiy esre urn the sigaiu to aind- sure, suitable for chicken-house, (1bok m a Th
,or Iint g ac t q cheap. House 875,. Morgan Ave., -_ e
m erred. Phone room 164. Hol HatiHUow _.ll,.' WC ."I at Bolboa. ... MEM -
r_._rd. Pheroo tjcub6T Hfa, ,oFOR SALE:--Upright piano, Hunt- U U :ia"
-." "- The two band aegned for thi ington, newly refinished, termit
North American gentleman event are. Armandio t and proofed. 5206.00. 5 IB S ag
Sw,',h responsleh position desires "La Slinora" of V)Sor HS. Tohe Avenue, C l, Tel. 2-1043, r at -
0 small fumished olartment in good formaerwill play during the first 5:00 a. i T 2-10** after
residential district. Call 2-0556 four hours and the latter will WSNL V Ai
I ron 8 am. to 5 p. m. be In charge tfoma- tore until FOR SALE:-2 1.4 x 3 1-4 Busch At Translstrmlan iod,be Va e t e baIe a mI
....... down. ,, Press Comoro wFth fl sh gunr,n. S o w d mea on, fc*
NTED: 4 wheel drive weapons ... $125.00, 9 x 12 VofohtladeBr c- LAST DAY' !Rom
e carrier truck. Box 164 Mar- Hundred.Cof .9' r p es 1,ll mIera, $60.00, 4 x tur pro- L T AY. W A,
h obe awaidedaB< i' special -te fessional enlarger $175.00. 510-
i--ll be given to tie group wtth C, Curundo Heights, 83-4243. J-1 e
ANTED--Small furnished aport- ears the best masquerade ant- FOR SALE: Silver tone Trumpet 1
ment in good location. Panama. by fit.
i ripoONible American couple for with case, year old. $25.00. a
Si mo .t Cdil Lynn 3-1660. Phone 2-4414. House 1424<,
Sroom 628. PC Directfors Freed Balboa.- n ,,, ...
oom ^ ^If OrS FOR SAL :-one western' Saddle,
WANTED:-Washing machine. 25 (Continued from Page 1) double girthed, one McClellan
Bicycle. re unable price. Phone Bal- Saddle 11 in. seat. Call Bolba
boa 2-6350. actions withthe Canal Some 2307.
'- ,G Oovernueat.' 2 .
"The arrival of a finl 'e. FOR SALE: Mahogany tekeme
'r"mnted Position .,:aon of .uch. ap with speci closed-in partltim VMCA
share' of thfl net colts ofI i records. Nest of 4 Teakwood carv- .
I ovemlnlent f tB ,met by Ol il ed tobles. Vear good condition.
pny toll h ben oe of thd Very reasonable. Tivoli Av Ne.
m r mr erhiened5gl-Slpe, C'ipal io al problems in nt re- 10. Apt. No IS8.
lbI 155. Penama Mi. l organlsatl It basa be= a Or. FOR SALE.-Mohogany dining tabe,ALL ANCE INST.
hImlM. sm a "ad nl O- constant study by s e ld @f special made oak, chest of *w- -__i_. _, BALL J DA _ST.
i Directo.-fAlhe Casit i rs. Sunbeam Mix Master, Ap
istratiaO sinJ Jul lvcuu. t cleoae. Men's gobartdin m .m
MJIIn Ist lt "l A t g top coat alon 40 lace dress wom I
th -d tbe SM"'tUS Ri, onica sIse 14. Photn 2-3656, aftr wpm8 fil n
oroper, from -all s0 idm 1. i, m. DA
Company.... "A 14 M AWSALL
"Thp realignment of .the '8l-" -i-WATSON
Commercial | MComm a* you

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moktion of th i. .
driver 1. Con 'Act 6a1'&r. fofr11111 I MI
r 'and adJuatme *ofa Samats." be ab- t
r Ina the Pans b memb A t Jewish Glant ;
Sr r Independent 013 bBr Cf Twsbt Gp 3
r toa corporate-t Vlmat Ike wa N Ueea
as r explained by untia AD a1t 1tlsa PeeSm!!! PUT mIeept. i ( ).
of Ithe dona A O-mba2 of both
R enerl tosrelilve empldoye1 "- R
the payment of civil governSWqI L| *d lo r A" t- da
it VAEolat. -O- aj y- '.i *ta%.

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pace in a lImulatea area W
the Curundu fire stald.
thtI unique setup ittruc
are able to effect a t Sh al
tion and give student the "1
Of thlngt s. d,
After hourS of keat dr:lI
dents oractie rescue work I

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fire tera turn asd other m instructlon.,
I additU, ion V t U SO [,1
th aIRnct is to -yttfl 4 i
various sp"Ort tldU
feemxf$B MXUM adomss
fn seepil howe, sW.e
leaders M aIAlbse this Plat
by condetwB ftequelt atmWt
fire drib, '
Another Important ph ae oi
fine fighting s cleantU pern *
tod." liMre trucks, hosw, .I
other equpilMt must be .S.b
clean and ready& tr action ata1l
timeL. Ths os aoinompliedwi
soap water, and plenty of d
fasnioned "elb Pgrease.
Fire tnrak wrte ara no
trained at the school. It is u
to each station chief to sele
his drI.ers and she that they
are given proper uginlag.
The 33pth apata fItD
stations throughout the ZBoat
On the Pacific side they alt
located at Clayton, ador,
Kobbe, Coroeal, Ctrundu, Quar_
ry Heights and Madden Wy f
On the Atlantic Side theyMa
situated at Forts Davis, U1t9
and Sherman..
The chiet at each station ti
a civilian employee, Lt. 0ol. 0,
C. Hibler. OUpratnslo
USARCARIB, isml Ms nd
0o the fIre-fllbtersn hool. Capt.
j. a W elb i s oommIR
= tera t of the unit 1 I
X. C Adaasciyk -ad SB. N, dXM
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tlab e jIuwl., keep
S sim iotm edition.
win umee -'rbuy in.-
inew froms 't-service-
SWAB apgy.q.Wir pre-!*,

"It is not possible to giv 4
figure on the '1romwrtin' .14
net cost of the A CaIa
emrnment borne by
activity. Am4 a a epq
primarily for the p= of
InR rates and the aSIal teOml-
bution of each activity to r
cost of government utM
from day to day acoocrag
Its net operatingR relts. Fr -*
ample, the Panama
which under the f-rmwl
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cost of iovernmsent.,

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/i burning buelditng or
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th H RU In as effetIve as
& the Army re
'hool located at the
Station. onew
WI the 536th take their
be 'bailc." It I also
Whs ers with the unit
ptc -"and pick lqp new
wr1 fire-hltgtingle trade.
rsants Emanuel
thur D. Murphy
inructng secon Army fire-
od flundamentals
A eld puts It, "'to
beM qt fInma"n who can work
W=1 u s upervision would
take Lq at the very mini-
mum i tmears Our course may
be eopi$*t bea0lC."
Bas is -e the course might be,
it takes 4" hbi-book work, prac-
tical i ft and plain hard
work for0 man to learn how to
squirt a stream of water _et-
The CUlUsu school Is new
instructing Its second clas of
of men mhkveassigned to Ar- Lot ot-

althoul fItlbId work .e fire saion, shows hew quy it o w awn
stressed, the fist two-%nq-I-
given ifltoMtall in the e"1Sw,
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British Elections:
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A %0%WI N9N6%" w 1% 111WIs NW .Wto make -tomic -
.. hsaid they AOuld i0 b5
-o -- itites of A-boIs antt e NW& DPW"V m of
0,. .-er available to them h oeM
,EDITOR'S NOTE: No matter who's elected u t ovi M
this fal. one thing seems certain as the afaith ofsaid some Etirpean -."
the 1952 presidential conventions: here'll be some were placing too ft h re-
changes made before the next conventions are h@14 four on the A-bomb as a war-
years hence. 1)ne way to select candidates ttheut con- g weapon f nd e qUQi
vention hoopla is th' British waoy, which might pot be are nat buing U rA
the answer for the LI S but serves as as a good' erxdm- se arms t aey 6%.
pie. This is the second of two dispatches which tells how formed sources ai0 d .th ad-
they do it. ration plans to aIk 1 n-
to consider t1e poin" ate-
ily NEA Foreign Service Bradley. Thls tWIAbl
call for som e tV1t1n of'
LONDON, Sept. 24 iNEA). Heckling is a phase of British Ue1.S. Ato micEtser Act of
betion campaigning which is seldom seen in such spirited form which forbids eXhange of
eatside Britain Itself. lic weapos UInformation
In cet. WebbWa defines heckling as a Settishab word mean- other natoht.
lag 16 dWger SUF'questions, comments or gibs, as a candidate e officials feel roes Fast& Clippr services o
for ament." t be more inclined to relax brouhgt 13., by.
restriction on t tbinic a n- ft of.
A gahdidate who wishes to In the interval between pub. 'of restrictiihe on ato A.e t ~_a a_
nation Ift I.B= T~ r uc 4e mz~ f/ lln- r4
win election to Parliament has liW meetings, the candidate is ful with tr lqr teeming Ve nihwb.,
to submit to several weeks of expected to go around ringing Itests in .SI.Powerful il tlou
verbal artillery. His opponents door-bells offering to answer alev told r w n that are rep DC-
bombard him with questions at householderss' questions. sAllied oamtader as on the d
yry public g, at which ch Gen. in, as with
appears, an e "neutrals" AU this adds up to an intimacy mander of EaUt capitEp, M alU theRS
1 to know where he of contact between candidates S Organ W41tateat ew of
il f n every41ik from bin- and eleetorq. Lthe time polling Prees, are autIIF-ed l eans a .
"aMs to the situation on day cornea arW, most elec- ly atomle inutO whichlThey a
t wre. tors know evr= g there is to has been bbNhW C.'4s Orleane expected to answer co- know about the views, looks and He said m= tsit draw ade- fights .eworleoi.m
0I tly-with facts, good humor manners of the rival candidates. etrute defensR pl5Ms fW the di-NO g and 40 The
sod grace. If he loses his tern- Interest Is high. Everybody ... fense of ERuropes wf.UtetInfotrms- r..o via. -1
per, or says he doesn't know, votes who possibly can. At the ....O.ON t TAoM the tata per f a- amaWa d C S _,
he's a goner. last General Election, 28,555 t00% "Wow i fa tomic WeapoM and Uwsnuu*er Tn* non
The candidate doesn't often 492 British voters went to the turesi tis hcaspav.ig. .W ......... I M WM tm .that oid be allo fd f or In to.A
-' to put lid with phyica pl o a totl electorate for his M.P. to come and talk actions. Several of them wer, deft ndl Europe against RUs- y
it. though the ripe egg and of 34.914.9222 or 82 per cent. tohm- eetdSiis ldosdittuOwn attack. .Wo3*hUS *~1
flhsutPru withTruahyst c
have their role even in This percentage stacks up fav- to him. re-elected. rth elebtors dotr ent T an eana ry a$ -..W any nation in gofor- uo fostaa Members gtoogle "aNoa wn*
irateoned Britain. Inoe rebf r eL.-v ane ohaticonIn 1of ar I ,-mt. m.
Wheree, pasThons run e .uW la iy.'. have t.u..t u. with a lot. na be
election Umes, the stink- Radio and TV viewers in Brit of crackpots, of course s theretota mum el
a pflourt a ten l in aren't treated to an is an unofficial screening ys-r
ve parts at meetings. Intem. One of thegreatest socialer
Me university towns candi-. Tany delights Is to have tea wi
0as have on occasions been Each local branch of the r h one's M.P. on the famous ter-rea.
bp.erearly kidnaped" abyties picks Its own riatdidten ,,.
,,b ta d kidnappedp' byI t....ame overlooking the River _W
and that's all there Isto to io oeloig h ie
btlazimus students. The Parties do hold annual Thames. t -tf
flat e height at conferences, but tpse are de- There have been several -

.1",11"4. 1-et i. 1 C
.iornqr otica meet- voted ue in recent years of M.P..
e ttra on of dt- y. anan of Brint- T. an froKmw o pa

other.. -. Ingtfromvones have W stre:4f
mtiLHere the candidate platform. afr one ge T ,
to answer, questions, often The im ae which wome usually riague.i in oroer __
and pointed from electors play In rItsh priticains 8ind- their coIast tuenmto vote A1 m h 1ef
breathing in oated grthet adt h that women t
e .,hnvoters 'outnumber the men byt
mT i Iore than one mlion tn s ........
,o fa m.'&In.Over 18% mi ion women VFW W a Your
Ihe Winier, was were'seligible to vote in at Old ott s For o
by a~ men, ap. year's Gener'al Election. com- OdV tfsh w~. it,*
,com, 1"'Bow do pared with 'little over 17mn Am-dor Guen o w aW
Mia lion Wi vlwn Ainadwr Gnnetr94V(&O a,

t. o~altt this, the policeman!han name sad2a'
anthis The trade s also play a Bottles of all shuasnd ihap en sr 'a nW MW s ea u-s
tor ted Alon't. H powerful part in British General are needed for the Amnador Gue- blS '15 the 1
-"auknowtyou"Mane?" leist Be musaeof their close rrera Hospital In Cdion. "9 gUm p a.-hrcW
'7e"sald the Communlit tie-u ih h ao pt
antly. "here's my dis- they are probably able to awing T7e Vgterans of FP are j an.r leg?
ard"-and he flourish- more* votes than the American post MV an the t61e hisc Jto"
document from an Insane trade unr tsinUS. elections. are cnduCt W. a to. hredidsWit
~i snThere arbpsome $A0O,040 trade the bbspWtthreat to.
unionlatiain sdtk%. re prg0- c e ed441m.
Ing neayo aith iater of S.: Dnsae lkdtceaaE
000.000 men atidwomen le Jn arse usep thedleV battttollo
to vote 4n tlot nitIsh G inexral ties mustard IC aon a t, tw-
Election. hl~~p~piaintot ~'e m~Abamo ~~ e1%Aladblr
British voters has ea s ense of fcohO,. ldo orCother a
Personal contact with their botti.,W WM or WIthout ta 5 in
I..w Members of Parfiem t througliacoeptate.ake

then niltlarny ZM*face-.o-f ace a rsugoro'te W Va
menthosof tohoan e ve tri mu- An tobed *WN
ap 11 'v one o8 elctorAre Rodebe %hto the V
ulibyvtei puls D oe. Int h OU se of Comobtw hns nxtt".h Mo
his trotralb--aIfh10"t1141eAvenuenofheJHouse isobat Incan eE

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